Cristina Carballo-Perelman, M.D. has been a physician for over 30 years, providing care and comfort to many of her patients as they take their last breath.
She has seen the loving care provided to the patient and their families by hospice workers.
She has also seen the fear of those patient’s families, as the end was near for their loved ones.
Her desire was to write words of comfort that transcended all religions and beliefs. She also wanted all involved to feel the peace and loving kindness only the Universe can provide to each of us individually during difficult times.
This book is meant to be read to your loved ones of any age, during their last hours when perhaps your own words may be lacking.
For those left behind, left with the sorrow of their loss, she also recommends the companion book she has written, The Caretaker of All Souls: An Intimate Interview with Death.
In her book, The Caretaker of All Souls: An Intimate Interview with Death, Death takes center stage as the commentator of the experiences that she, as a physician, has had with Death throughout her career.
The persona of Death is examined as is the role it plays as caretaker of the Soul.
This book offers a powerful message that Death brings love and compassion to the Soul as it travels to it's next destination.
The questions asked of Death and Death’s answers explore many topics, including how Death has been viewed throughout history and by different religions. The questions also explore sensitive topics. These include but are not limited to: how Death deals with the Souls of those who have committed suicide, died by means of euthanasia or succumbed to dementia. The death of pets and all living things is also discussed by Death.
This book is meant to finally showcase Death, not as a villain, but as a partner with the Higher Source, full of light and love. It is meant to bring hope to those who are grieving and those who are fearful of the last journey of this life.
The companion rhyme book, Hush Dear Soul Your Time is Near, A Lullaby for the Soul, is written to offer further comfort to those dying, in the form of a lullaby that can either be read or sung using the tune from Hush Little Baby Don’t You Cry (author unknown).
Also By Cristina Carballo-Perelman, M.D.:
Fired Book Set
Calling All Women Book Set
Meet Author Cristina Carballo-Perelman, M.D.
Her passion to write this book derives from wanting to help the next generation of women, in the throes of popular culture, find a better way. Her aim is to empower women, not make them into "little men". By doing so, she hopes to accelerate the overall equality of the sexes in all areas of life.
She lives in Scottsdale, Arizona with her husband, two dogs and a cat. Her daughter has graduating from college, aiming towards a degree in healthcare.